Old Empires (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms by Scott Bennie

By Scott Bennie

This book offers the previous Empires for DMs and avid gamers alike. Descriptions of the entire significant towns and cities, maps of crucial ones, details at the humans, areas, economies, geography, and cultures of those nations are inside of those pages. organize, then, to go into the nation-states of god-kings and pharaohs, of wierd magic unknown even to the likes of the pink Wizards of Thay.

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This identifies the person as a slave (in the event he es- capes) and who he belongs to. If the slave is purchased, he is branded again below the original mark. Some slaves may have as many as five or six brands. They are typically bought from other nations, or are given slavery as a sentence for some crimes. When there is a shortage of slaves, officials of the temple of Gilgeam sometimes convict people of nonexistent crimes and then sentence them to slavery on the spot. ” Slaves perform nearly every function necessary for Unther to survive, from growing food, to mining, to building monuments.

On the west side of the Greenfields is a group of mysterious mages known as the Enclave. They have no known loyalties to any of the factions in Unther, though they have angered the king by refusing his summons on several occasions and not paying their taxes. It is said to be one of the most knowledgeable cabals of wizards in the entire Realms, but none have entered their chambers or knows their true power. River Alamber This very long and swift river forms the western boundary of the Greenfields.

The Overall, the governing powers in Unther, are lawful evil, but many of their enforcers are chaotic evils with no respect for the law. Ruling this society is a once beneficent deity who has been corrupted by long years of absolute power. At his sides are his lackeys, who have no regard for human life and less regard for non-humans. The vast underclasses have no hope; their goal is not to prosper but to survive. They have finally begun to see that the only way to ensure their survival is the one thing their ancestors considered unthinkable—the forced removal of the god-king Gilgeam from power and the destruction of the nobility of Unther.

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